New Delhi: The CBI has taken the driver and cleaner of the truck involved in the Unnao rape victim’s accident, to the Central Forensic Science Laboratory in Gandhinagar to conduct Narco analysis test on them.This comes after the special CBI team constituted to probe the accident case had conducted a lie-detector test on the driver, Ashish Pal, and the cleaner and owner of the truck. With the Supreme Court-mandated deadline to finish the accident probe and file a chargesheet by August 14 fast approaching, the Central Bureau of Investigation may also conduct brain mapping of the driver and the cleaner if they do not agree to undergo the Narco test. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’The central probe agency had swiftly taken over the investigation in the case after the authorities in Uttar Pradesh hurriedly registered a murder case in the matter the day after the accident and immediately consented to the CBI taking it over. The CBI swung into action, assigning over 20 additional officers to the case and a six-member team of experts from the probe agency’s Central Forensic Science Laboratory here. Sources here had told the Millennium Post that the team had visited the accident spot multiple times and collected quite a bit of forensic evidence pertaining to the case. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KThe Unnao rape case came into the limelight again after the victim, who was travelling with her two aunts and lawyer was hit by a truck in a head collision that left her and the lawyer in critical condition, killing her two aunts. The accident turned suspicious after it came to light that the truck’s number plates were blackened. It also came to light that about 10 days before the accident, the rape victim’s family had written to the Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, asking to move the cases to Delhi because of continuous threats and intimidation from Sengar’s men.